Department of Mathematics


The Department of Mathematics was established in the year 1999, with an enrolment of 09 students with EMCs (Electronics, Mathematics, Computer science) combinations and is affiliated to Gulbarga University, Kalaburagi and the present strength is 92 students. The Department was upgraded with the introduction of Post Graduate (M.Sc. Mathematics) course in the year 2019 with an enrolment of 10 students. The present strength is 40 students. The UG and PG courses have separate standalone facilities for teaching and research activities. The Department of Mathematics provides deeper knowledge of mathematics through vast preference of subjects as algebra, topology, differential equations, real analysis, complex analysis, computational numerical methods, fluid mechanics etc. The students are trained in several computer programming languages like C, C++, Maxima etc. They also gain exposure in handling problems through mathematical software like Mathematica etc. Also, the Department offers open elective course for other departments in higher semester.
Aims and Objectives
• To provide students with knowledge and insight in mathematics so that they are able to work as mathematical professionals.
• To introduce the fundamentals of mathematics to students and strengthen the students logical reasoning and analytical ability.
• To prepare them to pursue higher studies and conduct research.
• To provide students with knowledge and capacity to formulate and analyze the mathematical models in real life applications.
• To develop necessary skills to work with modern technological devices such as Scientific Calculator, Computers etc.


V1:To impart quality education in mathematics and inculcate spirit of research through innovative teaching and research methodologies.
V2:To remedy Math phobia through authentic learning, based on hands-on experience with computers.
V3:To foster experimental, problem-oriented and discovery learning of Mathematics. V4:To help the students build interest and confidence in learning the subject.


M1:To produce Graduate with strong foundation in mathematics to join research or to serve in the society.
M2:To achieve excellence in generating and propagating mathematical knowledge.
M3:To train the students for interdisciplinary applications and research.
M4:To build life skills through value-based education and service-oriented programs.
M5:To groom them for National recognition.

Program Outcomes PO's

PO1:Investigate mathematical problems and solutions in a variety of contexts related to science, technology, business and industry, and illustrate these solutions using symbolic, numeric, or graphical methods.
PO2:Communicate mathematical ideas with clarity and coherence, both written and verbally.
PO3:Apply the knowledge of mathematics to address real life problems.
PO4:Acquire a strong foundation of knowledge which will benefit them to become good academicians.
PO5:Develop the ability to conduct research independently and pursue higher studies in mathematics.
PO6:Qualify various competitive exams like CSIR-UGC NET, SET, GATE, etc

HOD Desk

Dr. Dhanraj M

Asst.Professor& HOD

A heartiest welcome to the Department of Mathematics. The aim of the department is to become a centre of excellence in Mathematics through high quality teaching and research. The department has highly qualified and dedicated faculty, attributes to high quality education. The department offers open elective courses for other departments during higher semesters. The Department of Mathematics is well equipped with Computer lab, Internet facilities and Library facilities. The Department organizes seminars, conference and workshops.

Faculty Details








Dr. Dhanraj M.

M.Sc., B.Ed., Ph.D.


13 Years


Dr. Pratibha Pant

M.Sc., M.Phil., Ph.D.


33 years


Dr. Suhashini

M.Sc., B.Ed., Ph.D.


07 years


Ms. Badrunisa

M.Sc., B.Ed.


06 years


Ms.Renuka K.

M.Sc., B.Ed.


02 years

Laboratory Pic

Research Details

1) Gaikwad S.N. and Dhanraj M. (2012): The onset of double diffusive convection in a couple stress fluid saturated anisotropic porous layer with cross-diffusion effects. International Journal of Mathematical Archive, 3(7), 2713-2727.
2) Gaikwad S.N. and Dhanraj M. (2013): Onset of double diffusive convection in a Maxwell fluid saturated anisotropic porous layer with internal heat source. Special Topics & Reviews in Porous Media - An International Journal, 4 (4), 359-374.
3) Gaikwad S.N. and Dhanraj M. (2014): Soret effect on Darcy-Brinkman convection in a binary viscoelastic fluid-saturated porous layer. International Journal of Heat Transfer - Asian Research, 43 (4), 297-320.
4) Gaikwad S.N. and Dhanraj M. (2014): Linear Stability Analysis of double diffusive reaction-convection in an anisotropic porous layer with internal heat source. 5th International Conference on Porous Media and their Applications in Science, Engineering and Industry, V/45, June 22-27.
5)Gaikwad S.N. and Dhanraj M. (2014): The onset of double diffusive convection in a binary viscoelastic fluid saturated porous layer with Soret effect. International Journal of Applied Mathematics and Mechanics, 10(4), 84-118.
6)Gaikwad S.N. and Dhanraj M. (2015): Onset of double diffusive reaction-convection in an anisotropic porous layer with internal heat source. Journal of Porous Media, 18(6), 597-612.
7)Gaikwad S.N.and Dhanraj M. (2016): Onset of Darcy-Brinkman reaction-convection in an anisotropic porous layer. Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, 9(2), 975-986.